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Have your say about health and care Are you 18-24 years and have experienced poor mental health as a young person which resulted in a hospital stay, or a parent/carer of someone who has? We would like to hear your views…

Get in the Know about Local Health Services

A new local NHS campaign has been launched in November 2022 to help people in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland to get the right care as quickly as possible.When you need medical assistance, particularly in an…

A Young Persons Guide To Thriving With ADHD

If you’ve just found out you have ADHD, you might be upset, even a bit annoyed. But you may also be relieved, because it explains why you do things in a certain way. And you may want to find out more about ADHD and where you…

Rutland’s SEND and Inclusion Strategy 2019

We want to support all children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities aged 0-25 so they can… Live Independently Stay Healthy Take part in Education and Employment Have friendships and…

Term Dates for Rutland Schools

School Term Dates For a list of term dates for schools that are funded by Rutland County Council, please see the Council's website. If your child is at an academy or free school, check their website for information…

Rutland Youth Council Small Grants

This is the Rutland Youth Council Small Grants official online application page. You can apply for a small grant of up to £250 if you are aged 11 to 19, or aged 11 to 25 with a special educational need or…

Rutland County Council's Priorities for Children and Young People: 2019-2022

Rutland County Council have set out their priorities for chidren and young people for 2019-2022. You can read the strategy online, or download a copy from this page.
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